‘Attention-grabbing’ Otani skips batting practice

Interest in Shohei Ohtani continues at the Major League Baseball All-Star Game.

The Major League Baseball All-Star Game will be held on June 12 at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington, USA.

During the pregame batting practice, the player who drew the most attention was the Angels’ two-hitting star, Ohtani.

There were cameras and reporters everywhere he went, and you could tell where he was from a mile away.

Ohtani, however, did not take a bat during official practice. The American League All-Star was scheduled to play second base that day, but instead of taking batting practice, he played catch in the outfield.

It’s not an uncommon sight. Ohtani doesn’t often take pregame batting practice. This season was one of the few times he took batting practice before a game. He continued his unique training regimen at the All-Star Game.온라인바카라

The visiting National League All-Stars are Ronald Acuña Jr. (right fielder), Freddie Freeman (first baseman), Mookie Betts (center fielder), J.D. Martinez (designated hitter), Nolan Arenado (third baseman), Luis Arajuez (second baseman), Sean Murphy (catcher), Corbin Carroll (left fielder) and Orlando Arcia (shortstop), with Zack Galen expected to start.

The home American League All-Stars will start the game in the following order: Marcus Simien (second base), Ohtani (designated hitter), Randy Arozarena (left field), Corey Seager (shortstop), Yandy Diaz (first base), Adolis Garcia (right field), Austin Hays (center field), Josh Young (third base), and Jonah Heim (catcher). Gerrit Cole will take the mound first.

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